‘He’s attacking’: Tottenham-supporting pundit wants manager with 43 PL wins as next Spurs boss
Jamie O’Hara has said that he would like Nuno Espirito Santo to become the next Tottenham manager.
Spurs, who sacked Mourinho back in April earlier this year, are yet to appoint his full-time successor.
Ryan Mason took charge for the end of the campaign on an interim basis, but supporters are waiting to hear who’s the next permanent boss.
The Sun claimed last week that Nuno is interested in taking the vacant Spurs job and that talks were scheduled.
Nuno, 47, is available right now after leaving Wolverhampton Wanderers in the summer.
The Portuguese coach enjoyed four excellent years in charge at Molineux Stadium, which included a record of 43 Premier League wins.
Spurs-supporting pundit O’Hara has claimed that Nuno would be a great option to take charge in north London.
“I’d like Nuno. I think he would be good. I like his philosophy, the way he plays the game. He’s attacking, he wants to move the ball quickly,” O’Hara said.
Nuno a solid Tottenham option, but he’s not known for attacking fluency
If you consider the project Nuno helped oversee at Wolves, it makes him a great candidate for Spurs.
He just needs time to influence his style because he has a certain way of playing.
O’Hara suggests he’s an extremely attacking manager, but that’s a little wide of the mark.
His Wolves side was so successful with a solid 3-4-3 system.
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